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Japanese Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

Japanese Flowers. The Japanese are expert at gardening, and give such individual attention to each blossom that they abtain wonderful results. The author of Clear Round says that upon asking a gardener if it were true that they help the buds of delicate flowers to open by gently fanning them the answer was that they do bo in the case of choice flowers. No matter how humble the little home, it is brightened by a vase with at least one flower, or spray of autumn leaves, etc. Their arrangement of flowers is always lovely, such harmonies of form and colour. There is no stiffness, for they try to imitate nature. It is marvellous what man can do if he has the mind for it. I examined a tree in process of develop ment. Almost every twig was tied with a fine thread, and ' bent in the way it should go.' The entire population turn out to honour the flowere, and write poems, tying them to the branches. This habit of composing little poems is sometimes rather amusing. On one occasion when the Br...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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The Narrabri to Moree Railway Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

The Narrabri to Moree Rail way Proposal. We gave recently tho Kcrald's brief report of Mr. Brunker's speech on this proposal, which is obviously one of the schemes which Mr. McMillan had in hi3 mind when he charged the Works Department with purchasing votes. Mr. Brunker s knowledge of the conditions of the country to be traversed makes his utterance valuable, ana we therefore print the official report in full :— Mr. Brunker (East Maitland) : When I asked for the adjournment of the dobate some few weeks ago, my object was to enable hon. members, as well as myself, to examine as closely as possible tbe evidence given before the Public Works Com mittee. From my knowledge of the country, and my experience acquired iu the Lands Department, I could not understand how tho large amount of settlement in the western part of the district could have been overlooked by the committee. Subse quent inquiry has confirmed the correctness of my opinion on that point. I have taken considerable trouble ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

Scmveppe's Hiivimii Witkks. Q^ODA WATER, GINGER ALE, LEMONADE, ° TONIC, SELTZER, &c. These WateiB still hold the proud position of beingunequalled. MAITLAND BREWING COY. Agent3 Maitland and Northern Districts. 72G T&gLOf?a®gS NOTICE. W. (BILL) WILKS, Having severed his connection as Cutter and Manager for Mrs. M. 4. Wilks, HAS NOW OPENED BUSINESS ON HIS OWN ACCOUNT in largo premises OPPOSITE BARDKN & RIBEE'S, where, with an entirely now stock of Choice Fancy CoatingB and Vestings, West of England Tweeds, and all sorts of Fashionable Cloths of tho latest designs, com bined with Good Fit and Workmanship, and his well-known civility and attention to customers, ho trusts he will be liberally patronised by all who know him. SUITS TO MEASURE ? £3 5 TROUSERS ditto ? 0 17 6 Note the Address : Wo WILKS, TAILOR, High-stroot, Wait SBiltlaid. 0257 OR, JECKELL VINES, 112 PHILLIP-ST., S5 'ST 30 us nr. Legally Qualified and Registered by the Medical Board of New South Wales...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

| WAirrrfiD, 1 | 10,000 Dozen FffSESH EGGS at market rates, delivered - ||j | at our Stores. Suppliers will be paid Cash on Delivery. j|| I LEJCEKMh HAY purchased for Cash or received on con- || | signment, in any quantities. Prompt settlements. j| ' 1 We can place Prime Quality Millet in quantities, and can § | supply the following goods for Cash only : — ? 1 j| Currants, 31b for Is, by the case of 1401b 3|d per lb.; i i Company's $o. 1. Sugar, 13s bag; Best Dressed Table Bice, 1 | 61b for Is ; Sago, 71b Is; Tapioca, 71b Is; Fresh Oatmeal, 1 I 71b bag Is ; Self-Baising Flour, Is bag; Fine Table Salt, 81b 1 II for 6d, 161b Is ; Washing Soda, 71b for 6d, 161b Is. 1 §j Prime Halt Herrings, splendid fish, Is 6d per 1 || dozen, quarter barrel 6s 6d ; Prime Salt Salmon, m | 5d lb by tbe fish ; Prime Ling, 5£d lb by the fish ; Sardines, || I small 3 tins for Is, large 6|d tin ; Fresh Herrings, 5id tin ; t| || Kippered Herrings, 8d tin ; Herring in Tomato Sauce, 10d tin. m j| BACON, BEST S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

FENDERS, Fire Irons, Register and Portable Grate?, Office Stoves. Capper & Sons. 077!) &OSTM5JM8 ' MSJT8ML PSS0VIOEWT 8005ETY. Established 1819. Head Office: — 87, Pitt-street, Sydney. Directors : The Hon.. Sir J; P. Abbott, M.L A Chairman; James R. Hill, Esq. . Deputy Chair- man ; J. T. Walker, Esq , Thomas Little -. john, Esq., A. W. Meeks, Esq., J.P., Benj. Short. Esq.,-. J.P., Rout. J. King, Esq. treneral Manager and Actuary : Richard Ieece. F.r.A.,^ F.F.'A. Secretary: Robert B. Cameron. The only australastan life office b which gives a BONUS EVERY YEAR. Profits divided for the year 1892 amounted to over - £504,000, yielding a reversionary, bonus of over one million; sterling. Claims are payable immediately on proof of death. Annual income: Two millions sterling. Accumulated Funds: Over Eleven Mil- ' lions sterling. _ Hunter River District—West Maitland : C. B. Woudeh, District Secretary. 0510

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

GENERAL NEWS. High Buildings in New York:. — New York ia just about to enter into rivalry with Chicago in the erection of buildings of unusual height. A body of capitalists has acquired for three million dollars a site upon which a block twenty stories high will be erected. Such towering edifices are now constructed of a steel frame, which supports the entire building, the walls being merely screens attached to the steel cages and performing no office of support whatever. Buildings, twelve, thirteen and fourteen stories are fairly numerous in New York, but twenty stories have not yet been essayed. Of course the great improvement of the lift service in modern days has made the erection of such towering edifices possible. Tliey are nearly fire proof, and in the cases of those carefully built are wind proof also. Providing for the Beasts. — A writer in Saturday's Melbourne .Argus says : They have liberal ideas of treating Ministers of the Crown in Western Australia. The Premier, Sir Jo...

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Tamworth Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

Tamworth Saces [Br Telegraph from: our Correspondent.! Following are tho nominations for the principal events to be run at the annual meeting of the Tamworth Jockey Club on the 8th and 9th May Park Stakes — Tom Cook, Alcolade, Astronomer^ Mirror, Coral, Hornet, Boolamandp., Bottler, Idclin, Belli, Kingston, Wilfred, Laureate, Idaree, Wan daree, Saucy Jack, ' Dolore, Dragoon, Planet, Edgelong, Mizpali, The Earl, Buckwheat, Special Wire, Sateen. Tamworth Jockey Club Handicap.— King Orry, Lustre, Clara, The Rat, Muscatel, Evevistas, C.B , Gazelle,. Herbalist, Zoedone, Theophilus, Aerolite,. Madge, Nfivette, Edgelong, Bouquet, Buckwheat, Cawarra. Borougii Handicap.— King Orry, Lustre, Clara, Mirror, Gazelle, Battler, Herbalist, ..Cypress, Crystacia, _Wandaree. Bonqnet,' Metallic, Welcome, C.B., (Special Wire, Cawarra. Railway Handicap —King Orry, Tom Cook, Aloolade, C.B , Mirror, B^olaminda, Gazelle, Battler, Herbalist. Cypress, Kingston, Wilfred, Odie, Idaree, Golden Rod, Orlove, Bouqn...

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Billy. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

Billy. My Weaver lives in an house older than himself, and both are old. Hi3 hair is silken and silvery, and in this he demonstrates to the sombre grey ?walls of his home how beauteous a thing age may be. His eyes shine most when tears spring to them, as they will at funny momenta to men of 80 years, but they are ever bright and twinkling, for a Lamp is lit within which has guided Billy's feot since he 'awoke' — as he terms it — at the age of 29, though I ought to have written, using Billy's dialect, that he ' wakkened.' In the cellar of Billy's house stands the old hand loom. It is a cellar though locally called a ' weyving' shop, and aa you descend the crooked stairs the beams bend down and knock your hat off. Billy's hat is safe, because bending his back to accommodate the stairway and the loom haa permanently reduced the inches Nature gave to him. The old man sits at the loom. He has not woven for some years, and finding himself once again upon the bench he gives way to a little...

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MERCURY JUNIOR. GRANDMOTHER'S BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

MERCURY JUNIOR. GRANDMOTHER'S BABY, Thirty years nco, my babv, A baby just like you. With golden fluff in silken rings, And shining eyes ot blue, Came like a little angel, To fill my life with love, His dimpled hand was stronger then Than all the hosts above. But ere I knew it, baby, So fast the swift years ran, My darling was a romping lad, And then a bearded man. My darling went a-wooing, In honest joy and pride ; And as his futhcrdid before, He brought him home a bride. And I, a foolish mother, Felt somehow left alone : And the boy who was my first-born sou. Seemed not eo much ray own. We mothers are so jeulous, ' So selfish, I'm afruid ; With so much earthly leaven, Our scales are often weighed. ftow here are you, my baby, Son of my son, so fair, The hope of all our household, Of all our line the heir. Prince Royal ; little comfort ; There ne'er was babe so sweet ; From golden head and violet eyes, To darling dainty feet. Thirty years ago, my baby, I tell it in your ear. Another...

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Some "New Views" lay Oscar Wilde. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

Some 'New Views' by Oscar Wilde. Mr. Oscar Wilde has been giving some 'New Views' to a representative of the Tkcalra on poets, prose writers, Puritans, prayer, and ever so many other subjects. 'A glorious passion is poetry,' Miia Mr. Wilde, who confessed that. Keats is his favourite; ' tho _ greatest artist of them all.' Shelley, however, is 'a magnificent genius,' but is ' too ethereal.' He has no regard for the ' Brown ings — tlweis too much effort with them. He likes Ford and Marlowe, and Jonson and Maesinger, and Elizabethan dramatists generally, but he dops not ravo over Shakespeare. Milton, in Mr. Wilde's opinion, is 'sometimes heavy'; but 'Paradise Lost' is ' undoubtedly the grandest organ music tve have.' ' Very sober' is Thomson. 'The life and fate of Chatterton is the m^st tremendous tragedy in history.' Wordsworth is sometimes fine, hut as a whole ' The Excursion' is ' decidedly tedious.' Tennyson is ' a supreme artist.' 'The mu3io of Swinburne is pefeefc.' ' What all-see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

SEQUAH'S W®BL®.1M®WSE® MENKES Can now be Obtained from the Following Chemists and Grocers in Slaitlaml CHEMIST— GROCERS— B3B. W. G. L1PSC08BB, High-street MESSRS. WOLFE, GOBRBGK, & CO., High-street. And from ALL CHEMISTS and GROCERS in the DISTRICT. [ ? — :0: ? — . Read the Following and Judge for Yourselves:— Morpeth Road, Jany. 17tb, 1891. To SEQUAH. Deae Sib, — I Lave much pleasure in testifying to the good your Remedies have done jne. I was treated by you publicly nearly a month ago_ for Rheumatism, from which I had been a sufferer for the past four years. After receiving your treatment, I took some of your ' Cure' and ' Oil' home with me and used it, with the happy result, now, that I am ' Completely Cured. Wishing you every success wherever you go, I remain yours gratefully, WILLIAM QUINN. ? :o: ? East Maitland, Jan. 16th, 1894. To Dr. SEQUAH. I have been a great sufferer from Asthma and Bronchitis for the last three years. 1 have spent time and money to obtain relief,...

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A Curse that Came Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

A Curse that Came Home, Farmer Leslie sat Bmoking in his doorway in the moat contentad frame of mind possible to n man, for he was at that moment basking in the warm sunshine of prosperity. It gave him a great content, but it was purely nn animal content — no chord of his higher nature was touched. As far as the eye could Hee, the hills and the flocks on the hills wera his. The excellent woman attending to his corporeal comfort within thedwelling, was his. The bright girl sewing at an upper window, and the handsome boy galloping along the valley on his new pony, were hia children. The great barn filled with harvested grain was his. He did not lcok up and claim tho sky, but all else about him was of value as a part of bis domain. ' Mo and mine, wis the refrain of his song. At that moment something came around the corner of the house that did not belong to him, aud it gave him a shock — a very dis agreeable thrill, that was mostly disgust, and no quality of fear in i6. The something w...

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A Lion's Feast. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

A Lion's Feast. Via had our camp at the big bend of the Zonga Eiver, where it appaoaches nearest the great desert of the Hotteutot country, and one morning word was brought in that we bad captured a very large lion in a pit which had been dug for that purpose. Among the natives who went out in advance oftis were two fellow who had been threatening each other with personal violence ever since , we left the Vaa! Eiver. Both were tall, strong men, and each had his following, as is always the ca*e, even in civilized communities. They had been restrained only by threats of the colonel to turn them oat of the camp. They met at the lion pit, and by accident or other wise, one jostled the other. It waR the spark leading to an explosion. Tom-Tom, aa we had nicknamed one of them, seized the other, whose title was Joe- Joe, and with a twist and a wrench threw him into tbe pit upon the lion. It wob a terrible thing to do, and neither the colonel nor I believed that Tom-Tom really had meant to d...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Below are the hours at which the through trains between Sydney and Brisbane and between Sydney Newcastle, Maitland, and northern and north western towns are timed to run until further notice.. The principal stations are named, but for fuller information and for the times between inter mediate stations, travellers are required to refer to the sheets exhibited at stations and the books pub lished by the Commissioners. The fares to the stations specified are also mentioned.

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THE MAIL TRAINS. Sydney to Brisbane—Brisbane to Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

THE MAIL TRAINS. Svdng; to Brlsbano— Brisbane to Sydney $35' These mail trains leave Sydney every night except Saturday, and Jennings every day except Sunday. Leave p. M. Sydney ? ? 6.15 Newcastle ? ? ? 9.45 East Maitland ? .'. ? 10.17 West Maitland ? 10.23 Singleton ? ? ? 11.19 A. M. Muswellbrook ? ? ? ? ? 12.17 Murrurundi ? ? ? 1.36 Quirindi ? ? ? ? ? 2.27 ?Werris Creek Junction..'.,.;.,.'... ? 2.56 Tamworth ? ? 3 48 Armidale ? ? 6.53 Glen Innes .....; ? ? ? ? ? ? 9. 5 Tenterfleld ? ? ? ? ? 11. 8 Jennings ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 11.30 p. sr. Wallangarra ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 12. 5 Arrive Brisbane ? ? ? ? ? ? 10.50 Leave p. IT. Brisbane ? ? ? ? ? ? 6.20 A. M. Wallangarra ? ? ? 5.20 Jennings ? ? ? ? 5.35 Tenterfleld ? ? ? ? 6. 0 Glen Innes ? ? ......... ....... ? ? 8. 7 Armidale ? ? ? ? 10.35 ' p. si. Tamworth ? ? ? ? 1.7 Werris Creek Junction........... ? ? 2.14 Quirindi ? ? ? ? ? ? 2.35 Murrurundi ? . ? ? 3.37 Muswellbrook ? ? ? ? ? 4.53 Singleton ? ? 5.53 West Maitland ? ? ? ? ? ? 6.46 East Maitla...

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Brisbane Markets. B. D. MOREHEAD AND CO.'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

Brisbane Markets. B. D. MOREHEAD AND CO.'s REPORT. Fat Cattle. — 488 yarded. Market dull, and mu^h lower. We sold: For owners of Milton station, 175 cows, being for number, condition, and quality one of the finest drnft3 of cowa yarded for years, up to £3, averaging £2 7s 9d ; for owners of Mousildale Estate, 9G cows and heit'ers from £1 10s to £1 17s Gd. Fat Sheep. — 5389 penned. Prices ruled about Gd to 9d lower. We sold: for Bowenville Estate. 3GI shorn wethers at 5s 3d to 5s Gd ; for D. D. nnd W. L. Co., Limited, Jimbour, 238 merino ewes from 5s Gd to 7s ; also, 258 merino wethera from Gs 9d to 83 Gd, and 153 crosbbred ewes from 8s 6d to 10 j G'l ; for Harry Brookes, 359 merino wethers from Gs 3d to Gs 9d ; Mrs. Adams, The Grove, 37 wethers at Gs, 30 ewes and a few wethers at 43 Gd ; for Hon. James Tyson, Felton, 360 wethers from Gs to 7 a 9d ; for Scottish Australian Investment Co., Ltd., Mount Abundance, 143 wethers from Gs to 63 3d, 1 cripple at 2s Gd; for Executors Jonathan ...

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MESSRS. H. YORK AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

MESSRS. H. YORK AUD SON'S REPORT. Fat Cattle— There was only a small supply forward for to-day's sale, which consisted of light steers and cows. The market was dull. Wo sold — For H. Dunster, 4 steers at £2 93 Gd, heifer at £2, 1 at £1 103; M. Waddell, 4 steers at £2 Gs. 4 at £2 43, 3 at £2 23, cow at £2, vealer at 8s to 10s ; H. J. Gardner, 2 cows at £2 9s Gd, 3 at £1' 4s 6d, steer at £1 15s Gd, 4 vealers at 53 ; J. Doyle, cow at £2 2s ; J. Andrews, 3 steers at £1 10i, 4 cows at £1 5s to £1 113; T. A. Fawcett, 3 cows at £1 12s ; J. Welsh, 3 steers at '£1 9s to £2 43; G. Hopkins, 4 heifers at 193 ; W. Merrick, cowa at £1 Ga Gd to £1 lGs ; and at Homebnsh, by our Sjduey agents, 19 bullocks at £3 5s, £2 17s, 6 cows at £2 33. Springers. — For W. Allen, 1 at £3 ; J. Andrews, lat£2, 1 at 21s ; G. Playford, 1 at £1 I03; J. Moire, 1 at £1 10s, 1 at £1 ; T. Clarke, 1 at £1 10s ; E. Richardson, 1 at £1 Ss; S. Richards, S cows at £2 12s Gd, 8 at £2 IO3. St. ire Cattle. — For W. Merrick, 6 ste...

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HIS RECORD CLEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

HIS RECORD CLEAR. Old Lady — ' My friend, are you a Christian ?' Beggar — 'Well, mum, no one has, ever accused me of workin' on Sunday.' HIS ONE YEARNING. Mrs. Jinks (playfully)—' My dear, what would you do if you were rich ?' Mr. Jinks (wearily)-' Hire soma other man to walk my baby.' SWEET WOMAN'S LOGIC. Husband— ' Don't you think that you are rather unreasonable to expect me to tako you to a ball stay awake until four o'clock, and then get up at eight to go to my work ?' Wife— ' I may be a little unreasonable, but it's perfectly brutal of you to mention it.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 28 April 1894

YOU LOOK SICK! - YOU FEEL SICK ! YOU ARE SICK ! WHAT WILL YOU. DO 1 IF YOU ARE WISE YOU WILL TAKE A COURSE OF CLEMENTS TONIC. The greatest renovator of a worn-out system the world has ever seen, positively ana permanently' restoreB, manly virility, to prove which evidence is forthcoming from any quarter. READ THIS CASE Mr. Geo. Humphreys, postman, Minim, N.S.W., who writes on February 9th 1893 : — I beg to state that I have been a severe sufferer from biliousness accompanied by severe headaches. Hearing of the wonderful curative properties of ClementB Tonic I used two bottles, and have much pleasure in stating that I am completely cured of the above complaint. Hoping this may meet tho eye of anyone who has Buffered, I would advise tliem to give Clements Tonic a trial. There is nobody better known in this district than I am. I shall always be happy to recommend Clements Tonic to all who are suffering from snch complaints. Make what use you like of this if you think it will benefit su...

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